Riviera Resort & Spa, Palm Springs
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRiviera Resort & Spa, Palm Springs
Where we were the oldest ones here but we got carded at the pool bar. We decided we might be too old for this place but too young for the J.D. Marriott.
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Today was all about the pool. Time to relax and top up the tan, with the mountains in the background it is a beautiful setting. Si complained to the manager about uncollected plates in the hallways and bad service from staff and was rewarded with a $50 credit so we are planning cocktails later when we check in for our flight after dinner That …
Well we weren't sorry to be leaving Vegas, our few days were great but our Palm Springs relaxation was beckoning. Ahead again was a 4 1/2 hr drive through the Mojave Desert, after a quick search for the 'Welcome to fabulous Las Vegas Nevada' sign as we left- nothing like doing things backwards lol Oh my god how many views of nothingness with a …
... A desert hike, relatively flat after the first slight incline. I pondered the difference of a desert hike and realized for me it is the fact that you can see so far all around you-- this one had mountains on three sides-- and yet every so often I remind myself to not get caught up looking so far away but to keep my eyes on the ground near my feet just in case some snake be out basking in the sunshine, despite not signs indicating they are present.
... on to Josua Tree National Park, tens of thousands of acres of desert with a wide variety of plants, desert trees, animals (turtles included) flowers etc. Once in Palm Desert the scenery changed to lush manicured vegetation and lots of man made lakes with water from springs and golf courses.
Bob & ...
... get flooded out - there are numerous "Dips" in the roadways. I guess the water surges through so rapidly that no culverts could handle the boulders and debris ebbing with it. Interestingly, the dips are preceded by a huge bump in the road - if you go fast, you'll leave the seat. June hated that.
It was interesting driving through the wild animal preserve area along Lake Havasu. The first thing we noticed ...